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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JUNE 18. 1895.
VOL. .1. NO. 27.
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Telephono408. June 18, G-mo.
house in eoninirrcE'ro consider
Tuesday, June 17.
No meeting of the Senate this
President Wildnr called the
Semite to order at 1 :30 p in. Chap
lain Peck iifl'-red a brief pr.iyor.
Itoll at fienl. Senator Bildwiu ab
sent, Minutes of, preceding meeting
read anil approved.
Sen. Rice presented on behalf
of tho Printing Commit) o print
ed coniis if the Standing Com
mittees. Sen. Brown oflbreel a resolution
that tho Somite proceed to tho
election of five members of the
Council of State tomorrow, Juno
Tlio matter of a juuitur was
brought up. Minister Hatch
stated that the janitor employed
by tho Finance Department could
not iu that capacity, as ha was
employed to clean up tho room
beforo tho Sonato mot. Sonator
Wright stated that the janitor re
fused to act without oxtra pay.
Minister Hatch stated that tho
janitor wns under his control and
that if ho refused to tako euro of
tho room ho would soon find an
other who would.
On motion tho services of an
interpreter and translator were
disponsed with, except in special
eases which may hereafter arise.
At this point a recess was taken
awaiting a messago from tho Pre
sident. Major Potter presented a nioa
sngo from tho Prosident relating
to the appointmonts tnado by him
sinco tho last Legislature This
includes nearly overy oflico from
Chief Jnstico Jueld down, includ
ing the Diplomatic and Consular
corps, and under tho Constitution
requires confirmation by tho
Sen. Watorhouse "moved that
the appointments be mndo tho
oreler of tho day for Thursday in
Adjournod to 10 a.m. timorrow.
Speaker Naone called tho House
to order promptly at 10 o'clock
After prayor by tho chaplain
and roll call, tho minutes of yes
terday were road and approved,
after being corrected to include
tho announcement of tho Standing
Committees made yesterday.
Rep. Hanuna moved that tho
House proceed to elect a Vice
Reps. Kamauoha and Richards
were placod in nomination. Tho
former was elected by a vote of 9
Rop. Kamauoha moved that tho
Land Bill bo taken up and road
by title. Carried.
Rep. Kamauoha moved that tho
rules be suspended nnd tho bill
reforred to a poloct commilteo of
five. "Withdrawn. On motion of
Minister Smith the bill was re
ferred to tho Committoe of the
Tho Committeo on Education
and Sanitary were enrolled in one
with Reps. E. C Bond, A. Pali
and E. E. Richards.
The rovisod committeo on Print
ing and Enrollment was announc
ed as Reps E. E. Richards, E. C.
Bond anel S. K. Kaeo.
The House thon went into Com
mitto of the Whole on tho Land
Rop. Kamauoha cnllod on the
Attorney-General for an explan
ation of what the government
meant by "Ilomostoiid Lease" in
Tho Attornoy-Genoral explain
ed that it meant exactly what it
said, but that when tho main
s ction rolnting to Homestead
Leases was reached its full mean
ing would bo moro apparent.
Section 2 contained only pre
liminary definitions of terms used
throughout the Act.
At noon a recess was taken till
Tho aftornoou sossion was do
voted to tho consideration of tho
Land Bill in Committee of tho
Whole and the ' House is still in
session as thn Bulletin goes to
Rop. Robertson wns the only
nbsontee in the fcfouso at roll-call
Rep. Robertson gave notice yes
terday afternoon that ho would
introduce a bill asking for an
electric francluso for Hilo.
Rep. "Winston looks well after
his trip to the coast. Ho will be
hoard from, before tho session is
Senator Cecil Brown and Rop.
Robertson eoom to occupy
similar positions in their respec
tive Houses. Thoy are both callod
on whonover any logal or other
wise kuoity point comes up.
Jimmy Keola has surprised his
best friends by tho way ho tikes
hold of the duties of his now
Representatives Richards and
McBrydo aro the dudos of tho
House, judging by the s'zo of
their button-holo bouquets. Tho
Speaker also sports one, but his is
modest in comparison with the
When not engaged in business
for tho Houso the Sergoant-at-arms
puts in his timo caressing
Ministors Damon anel Smith
aro constant attendants on tho
Tho Sorgoant-at-arms of tho
Houso is ovidently now to tho
Spectators wero conspicuous by
their absence this morning.
Faaacucer by the Hall.
The stoameir W. G. Hall came
in at 2:30 p.m. today with the
following passengers: Antone
Rosa, Hon H P Baldwin, Jos A
Buckley, Mr Noonana, Mr Kaia
moku and wifo, Mrs Bryant, Mrs
SH Davis, Mrs Lucy Mile, Mrs
Kaapa and child, and 47 on deck,
Antone Soabury, who has boon
connected with the Bulletin for
Bomo months, is authorized to col
lect subscription and advertising
accounts for this paper. lit.
The following cases wore argued
and submitted bofore the Supreme
Miyagawi vs. Luoio Forreiru.
Trespass. Appeal from District
Court if Hamakua. Charles
Williams for plaintifl'-appollant;
Carter t Kinney for dofondant.
Petition for probat" of will of
Kapika Walter. Appeal from
order of Judgo Knluii denying
probate. Curter and Kinney for
Lbonurd P r y Hui sin of Hono
lulu has bion adjudged a bank
rupt on Irs own petition by Judso
See 7th page for yosterdjy's
Bigotry Run Wild.
Tho P. C. Advertiser must sure- '
ly have but little use for its
columns when it copies such un
mitigated trash from tho Mission
ary Herald for June, ontitkd u
"Bravo Christian Girl." That
articlo at ouco opens tho question:
Aro Catholics Christians or ,are
Tho statomont that a Catholic
fathor enticed his own daughter
on shoro from a Protestant mis
sionary vessel, urged hor to ohew
tobucoo, nnd throw off the habili
ments of civilization and don
thoso of heathendom, etc., etc.,
is one of thoso fishy yarns only '
digested by fools nnd bigots.
The evidonco as to above,
strange to say, is all on ono side.
MiS3 Hoppiu, it isprosumed, owes
hor support to the Herald's pro
prietors, and although no doubt a
good raombor of a good, bigoted,
and notoriously ignorant class,
it would have boon much moro
satisfactory had tho public in
general had tho benefit of tho
ovidenco of tho girl's father, not
to mention that of the priest.
No Christian could have written
such silly twadello which oven
if true, anel wo donv it proves
nothing for or against Catholics.
The church is a place for prayer,
meditation, reflection, and instruc
tion; and not l'ko certain si.-call-od
chapels, run for coin on half
nnd half principles, part restau
rant, part concert hull, mutual
admiration store, and useful at n
pinch as barracks or a dime
Ono of old said with undoubted
authority: "My Father's houso
will bo called a houso of prayer,
and yo havo mado it a don of
thieves." History repeats itself.
Thoro is a certain class of Pro
tostants in this nnd othor com
munities who would rather hear
a mangy cur of their own porsua
tion horcl and snarl, than' a
Cathoho nightingalo sing, and
thoy are apparently bont on driv
ing their more liberal brothron
into tho arms of Paine, In
Ingorsoll & Co., by light
ning express, but bo far wo
are not aware that one single
Catholic has boardod tho train,
holding a through ticKot to Chaos.
As a class Roman Catholic
prieists aro models of dovotiou,
modesty, meoknesH. charity and
uolf abnegation. Living witnesses
aro with us horo.
Honolulu, June 15, 1895.